February was a busy month of exciting lectures at ERIGAL, with Kevin Parthenay’s Crises en Amérique latine, les démocraties déracinées and Feminism s Fourth Wave, Feminism, Time and History, with Maxine Molyneux.
Dan Furukawa Marques publishes an article on the political experience of the landless in Brazil, based on the practical use of Merleau-Ponty’s political phenomenology as an ethnographic method in his field of investigation.
In collaboration with Odair Barros-Varela, Julián Durazo-Herrmann, professor member of ERIGAL publishes his latest book: Olhares cruzados, Leituras comparativas da integração regional em África e na América Latina
Françoise Montambeault director of ERIGAL and Annabelle Dias Félix, former coordinator and ERIGAL member, co-publish an article on implementation of participatory security mechanisms in the Journal of Latin American Studies
Last week took place the annual Congress of LASA, the Latin American Studies Association, online from Vancouver. This year’s theme was the global crisis, inequalities and the centrality of life. Several of ERIGAL’s faculty members participated in this central scientific activity of the Latin American academic world.